Individual tickets for Cinema Diverse go on sale Aug. 31 as the Palm Springs Gay and Lesbian Film Festival offers the largest selection of feature films in its seven years.
Lisa Vanderpump, one of the stars of the 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills', will receive the 372nd star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars July 30.
Performer Lynda Kay pays homage to her favorite era, midcentury modern, every time she takes stage from her big hair, sultry voice, and sparkly costumes.
'Tom in America' explores the arousal of homosexual feelings in an older married man during the Palm Springs International ShortFest, which opens June 17.
Boots in Square Palm Springs, a gay square dance club, is open to all comers and offers a fun way to meet new people and exercise your body and brain.
As part of the White Party Palm Springs' 25th anniversary, creator Jeffrey Sanker recognized individuals with Icon Awards for their 'unique and varied' achievements.
Author James Arena's lifelong passion for disco music and its divas led him to write a pair of books that inspired an AIDS Assistance Program event.
Jeffrey Sanker ups the ante in celebration of his annual White Party Palm Springs’ silver anniversary.
Carmen Electra probably won’t be seen in the same outfit twice as Queen of the White Party, April 25-28, in Palm Springs.
Held the same weekend as Club Skirts Dinah Shore, the Palm Springs Women's Jazz Festival has secured a foothold showcasing talented female artists.
Club Skirts Dinah Shore, a five-day celebration known as the biggest party for lesbians all over the world, celebrates 23 years and running April 2-6 in Palm Springs.
'God Loves Uganda' director Roger Ross Williams unveils the evangelical movement's promotion of biblical law as the ultimate law against homosexuality in Uganda.
"The Last One", which looks at the HIV/AIDS crisis from a historical perspective, screens at the American Documentary Film Festival in Palm Springs.
More than 4,000 men are expected to attend the inaugural International Bear Convergence in Palm Springs with Andy Bell of Erasure as headlining performer.
Human rights activists Hank Plante and Melinda Tremaglio were Advocate for Equality Honorees at the 14th annual Human Rights Campaign Garden Party.
Six hundred supporters of The LGBT Community Center of the Desert attended The Center Stage Gala at Palm Springs Convention Center on Oct. 30, 2013.
Val Lauren’s phone buzzed with a text from James Franco. “You’re going to play Sal Mineo, cool?” His response was similarly brief, “Cool.”
Here's a handy guide to an array of activities set for Gay Pride Palm Springs 2013 running Oct. 30 through Nov. 3.
Frenchie Davis may have gotten notice from "The Voice" and "American Idol", but it was the theater stage where she proved herself worthy.
Part-time Palm Springs resident Ross Mathews will don a new crown as celebrity marshal of the Palm Springs Gay Pride parade Nov. 3.
Paul Rudnick’s comedy, "The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told", brings the Old Testament story to life from a gay point of view opening Nov. 15 at The Desert Rose Playhouse in Rancho Mirage.
Palm Springs resident Nicolas Snow is reciprocating the support he receives from Desert AIDS Project by participating in the Desert AIDS Walk Oct. 19.
Del Shores, the director of Southern Baptist Sissies, opened Cinema Diverse: The Palm Springs Gay and Lesbian Film Festival Sept. 19 at the Camelot Theatres with two sold-out screenings of the movie - the largest assemblage in the festival’s six-year history.
If not for some tomatoes going rotten, it's uncertain if director Brian To would have made the short, "Dry Dock", which premieres Sept. 21 at The Palm Springs Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.
Transgendered comedian Ian Harvie says his 'Superhero' film brings a message that 'we all have the ability to change ourselves if we want' to this week's Palm Springs Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.
There were plenty of blondes in downtown Palm Springs for the Forever Marilyn Palm Springs Look-A-Like contest Aug. 1 honoring the late Marilyn Monroe.
One of the greatest gifts the Greater Palm Springs Area has to offer is variety, especially for LGBT singles looking to get the most out of their stay.
Like the fight La Quinta resident Chris Hermann has taken on against cancer, the July 27 fundraising event at Azul in Palm Springs will accomplish the same with a little more flair.
Palm Springs native Josh King caught the attention of the judges during auditions for the hit Fox TV show, “So You Think You Can Dance”, by standing out in the crowd. Literally.
Janet Malachowsky is the first lesbian president of the Desert Business Association in more than 10 years, and she plans to expand the horizons of the LGBT organization.
The appearance of the Palm Springs High School marching band in the Palm Springs Gay Pride Parade created a fervor captured in a documentary film featured in this week's Palm Springs International ShortFest.
Eighteen-year-old Katherine Kearns is already an accomplished film director whose short documentary, 'A Family Like Mine', will screen at the highly regarded Palm Springs International ShortFest, which runs June 18-24.
Since 'I Do' premiered last year, the timing couldn't have been better with gay marriage and California's Proposition 8 amendment being weighed by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Palm Springs has been chosen the No. 1 gay friendly city in the country – ahead of San Francisco - by nerdwallet.com, based on based municipal laws, community and peer support, and safety and tolerance.